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Botany and Ormiston Times : Botany and Ormiston Times Thursday May 26 2016
10 — Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, May 26, 2016 www.times.co.nz Raw Cafe in Howick You no longer need to make the trip to the city to find a raw cafe with healthy, wholefoods – RawHQ has arrived in Howick and has its official opening this Saturday, 28th May. RawHQ caters for raw food lovers, vegans, healthy eaters and those wanting to try something new. Everything made in the RawHQ kitchen is dairy, wheat, gluten and preservative free with no added refined sugars. In their food cabinet you will find an amazing range of raw foods from salads, slices, chia seed pots, cakes and cheesecakes. You can also buy cold pressed juices, wheatgrass shots (they grow their own) smooth- ies and nut milks. RawHQ has created their own hot chocolate and offers organic fair trade coffee and gorgeous tea’s for tea lovers. An alternative coffee option is their cold brew, which is brewed onsite. The shelves are stocked with many pantry items including RawHQ’s own range of dehydrated nutritious snacks, superfoods and treats to go – amazeballs, activated crackers, activated granola, ridiculously good kale chips, chocolate mud cookies and more. Owner, Raw Food Chef and Nutri- tionist, Debbie Buddle, is busy intro- ducing new innovative recipes and ideas to RawHQ including raw food catering and a meal delivery service. “We’re having so much fun and love it when mum’s and their kids pop in for an after school snack or something for their lunch boxes.” Using local ingredients and sup- porting local businesses, Debbie has introduced a healthy hub that Howick hasn’t seen before. Pop in for a quick bite or grab something to go from 7.30am week- days or 9am-2pm on Saturday. RawHQ, 13 Moore Street, Howick. Phone 537 2275. firstname.lastname@example.org www.rawhq.co.nz ADVERTORIAL JH11247-V2 Visit rawhq.co.nz or find us on Facebook ÊÊ FREE STANDARD COFFEE WITH ANY STORE PURCHASE Valid until June 30, 2016. Must bring in coupon. Terms & Conditions apply. Visit rawhq.co.nz or find us on Facebook Come in store for this great deal! School Holiday Photo Competition WINNERS Overall winner: Sam King Tel 271 8000 | times.co.nz | facebook.co.nz/TimesOnlineNZ Primary / Intermediate Category First place winner: Amelia Collins Second place winner: Saraya Mclean Secondary Category First place winner: Reece Waters Second place winner: Tanishq Ranjith BOTANY 501 Ti Rakau Road (next to Pak n Save). Phone 09 973 2795 WESTGATE 21 Fernhill Drive. Phone 09 973 2794 • MANUKAU 85 Cavendish Drive. Phone 09 261 0094 • GLENFIELD 128 Target Road. Phone 09 441 6920 21 STORES NATIONWIDE • www.bigsave.co.nz • OPEN 7 DAY S 30%tooffSTOREWIDE* STOCK CLEARANCE SALE Target Road. Phone 09 441 6920 MELROSE 3 seater + 2 seater Available in a wide variety of fabric options. Made in New Zealand. SAVE $900 $1999 NOW Warranty YEARS Frame YEARS Seat foam YEARS Back cushions 15 10 5 Offers valid 25 May to 20June 2016. *Storewide discount excludes Everyday Low Price furniture and Ecocare. KC11492-V12 DoyouwanttoadvertiseonthispageintheTimes?Contacteditor@times.co.nz. ■■ By Marianne Kelly Demolition work has started on the site of the controversial proposed Thurston Place College in Bucklands Beach. The former Waimokoia School property was purchased by the Whenua Haumi Roroa o Tamaki Makaurau Limited Partnership last August. It was offered to the Partnership under the Right of First Refusal (RFR) provisions of the Nga Mana Whenua o Tamaki Makaurau Collective Redress Act 2014. Auckland Council confirms that it received an application for a 43-lot subdivision at the site but it was subsequently withdrawn. However consent is not required for the demolition of buildings currently underway. The Times asked John McEnteer, the chairman of the Partnership whether the subdivision would eventually go ahead or whether something else was planned for the site. He said: “It is not my practice to make any public media DeMolition Work starting on vacant college site comment on private commercial property matters and this is still the case.” The Ngai Tai Ki Tamaki iwi, based at Umupuia Marae, Maraetai is a member of the Waiohua Tamaki Ropu Limited Partnership, one of three forming the Whenua Haumi Roroa o Tamaki Makaurau Limited Partnership which was formed in July 2012. The other partners are Ngati Whatua Ropu Limited Partnership and Marutuahu Ropu Limited Partnership. The purpose of the 2014 Collective Redress Act is to provide shared redress to the 13 Auckland iwi and hapu constituting the partnership. It provides a right of first refusal on surplus crown properties, such as the Thurston Place site, to enable the iwi and hapu to build an economic base for their members. The proposed Thurston Place College for up to 100 teens in Child, Youth and Family (CYF) care was first announced in August 2010. But after fierce public resistance, the Ministry of Education backed down and site work for the new school was halted. The site has lain vacant until the current demolition.
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